be home.

In a world where we are surrounded with the notion that we should live to work, we must do something different. Kids are growing up not having relationships with their fathers, with their mothers. We must work enough to live and then be home. Not working from home, not home but one the phone, not home in a physical sense even.

Home is to be present. To know and be known. To love and be loved. May you be home.

-Keith Klingen

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